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: this week we're doing the state of idaho where they're finally standing up to fictional characters. that's ahead. >> john: this week our wtf america series looks at idaho where lawmakers are taking a tough stand against premarital sex, primarily fictional unmarried character engaging in premarital sex on television. that's right. idaho legislators are so moral they even want to ban the immoral activities of people who don't actually exist. urging the federal government and the fcc to prohibit the portrayal of implied or premarital sex on tv between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. for 16 hours a day viewers will be spared trashy low brow stories like anna karenina and madam bovar and leaving airwaves safe for uplifting fare like honey boo boo and that chef who yells at people in kitchen restaurant. when i watch primetime tv i see a son of violence and bloody corpses on shows like csi but that doesn't seem to bother idaho lawmakers unless those decaying corporations are having premarital sex. i guess the plan is to protect the citizens of idaho from images of premarital sex. so nothing is more im
was a police officer until he was shot in the line of duty. then he went offer to become police chief in idaho. then in 2005 anticipating an empty nest and eventual retirement the halls bought this place, which they loved for its back yard pool and spa. and life in the spring of 2007 seemed to have hit a sweet spot as ashton and brianna remember their mother telling them. >> we happened to be laying on the bed with her. and shy started talking. and she was like i'm so happy that i have you girls and dad. >> it was kind of one of those conversations that you don't have every day. >> still, there was work to be done. it was not a new house. could use some remodelling, particularly the bathroom. court any was still living with her parents as the work began. >> they were going to be doing the tile work and stuff. we wouldn't have a shower for that day. >> so shower out of commission, they decided to wake up early, put on their bathing suits and rinse off in the outdoor spa before the contractor arrived at 6:45 in the morning. it was june 7, 2007. chris got up first. turned on the spa to warm it up
. that's coming up next. >> john: tonight on wtf idaho, we look at a bill proposed by senate majority leader bart davis that just passed. recordings of idaho state government proceedings will finally be archived. you see, until now idaho state house and senate sessions were available only briefly. it was a very short window for citizens who felt the need to see something that would bore them out of their freaking skulls. some argued against the bill saying there was no point in preserving the footage that the taxpayers pay for because if people want to see endless interminalbly shots, they could watch any of the "star wars" prequels. some were all for archiving the sessions but wanted the authority to decide whether or not recordings of the floor proceedings should be released to the public at all. idea was to have hours of footage of stuff that nobody is watching like nbc's prime timelineup. they decided to let legislative sessions be streamed live online. this is also a cause for concern because videos of sweaty, doughy, midwest politicians talking about zoning laws are bound to go
, innocent girl scouts. unless you're in idaho where the scouts are still fighting to get a tax exemption for their cookies. abc's linzie janis has the story. >> the cookies are here! >> reporter: girl scouts are more than just delicious, they're an opportunity for youngsters to learn confidence, goal setting and money management. >> i learned about politics, ethics, about our world and what's in it. >> reporter: but this morning, troops across idaho are handing over a cut of their cookie sales to the state. >> we could use the money to help build our programs up. >> to help get more girls involved in girl scouts. >> reporter: idaho slapped at 22 cent food tax on girl scout cookies. just like they do on every other food. bringing in $150,000 tax revenue from the scouts a year. but the mother of one scout is a lobbyist, and earlier this year, she encouraged them to go straight to the source. >> the girl scouts in idaho had been interested in trying to remove the tax. i said, you know, there's a big freshman class coming in and lot of things changing. why don't we try to roll with it this y
for the scouts. lawmakers in idaho are turning into real life cookie monsters. abc's linzie janis has the story. >> the cookies are here! >> reporter: girl scout cookies are more than delicious they're an opportunity for youngsters to learn confidence, goal setting and money management. >> i learned about politics, ethics. about our world and what's in it. >> reporter: troops across idaho are handing over a cut of their cookie sales to the state. >> we could really use the money to help build our programs up. >> to help get more girls involved in girl scouts. >> reporter: idaho slaps a 22 cent sales tax on every box of cookies just like they do on every other food bringing in about $150,000 in tax revenue from the scouts a year. but the mother of one boise scout is a lobbyist and earlier this year encouraged the samoa queens to go straight to the source. >> the girl scouts in idaho have been interested in trying to remove the tax, i said, you know, there is a big freshman class coming in a lot of things changing why don't we try to see what we can get done. >> reporter: they did. flooding the c
, also east into northern idaho, we are seeing lighter rain at this point. we're not going to see heavy torrential downpours or anything like that. we still have mountain snow falling out that way, too. a look at expected rainfall over the next 24 hours brings it up to around a quarter of an inch. could be closer to a half inch in bellingham, washington. we are looking for warm temperatures, though. yesterday phoenix hit their first 100-degree day of the season. today they should get up to 103. vegas yesterday broke a record at 97 degrees. and it looks like they should break a record today, too, with an expected high of 100 degrees. it is real warm in the southwest. and eventually as we go into tomorrow, any of the showers in the northwest should come to an end. you'll see mild across californ, arizona, flagstaff should hit 75. >>> the heat in the southwest. finally that heat moving into the plains, too. that's part of the reason we're seeing all that snow melt near fargo. it's warm for the first time this season. >> they'll take that. 70s in san francisco and we're only in april. >> it
, and idaho fire destroying a hong killing five people. but authorities know so far in covering the nation. another round of scams targeting seniors. how one florida man managed to protect himself from identity theft. >> covering the nation, five people are dead after a fire swept through a home in idaho. the family of four closet third teenagers. over night died from an electric grill kept plugged in on the porch overnight. it shorted and triggered the fire. the rental home did not have any working smoke detectors. the shooting on a college campus this week in north carolina is under investigation. "it happened at elizabeth city state university. a 23-year-old male student shot and treated at a hospital and released. they believe the shooting was in retaliation of a fight that happened earlier in the night. so far, no arrests have been made. mother nature springs is a price of north dakota in the form of a significant spring snowstorm. 1 foot of snow fell in and around bismarck. they were happy to see this now because they have been suffering drought conditions. the conditions are being b
're saying. (vo) she's joy behar. >>current will let me say anything. >> john: we conclude wtf idaho week with a story about the sick and needy and how the idaho state legislature apparently wants to keep them that way. an attempt by democratic house minority leader john rusche to schedule a hearing on expanding healthcare for low income idahoans was rebuffed by republican house speaker scott bedke. why, you ask? mainly because obamacare has the word obama in it. among republicans keeping healthcare away from the poor is a hip happening trend. it is like a dance craze where you can dance on the greys of the poor people you denied health coverage to and still brag about how christian you is. but let's give credit to republican house state affairs committee chairman tom lurcher who said accepting more federal subsidies under the affordable care act is "a no-brainer" and he's right. however most of his republican colleagues didn't realize this was a no-brainer because they have no brains nor hearts, nor souls. wtf, idaho! your state house has put off dealing dealing with medicaid until next
, innocent girl scouts. unless you're in idaho where the scouts are still fighting to get a tax exempt for their cook yeast. abc's linzie janis has the story. >> reporter: girl scouts are more than just delicious, they're an opportunity for youngsters to learn confidence, goal setting and management. >> i learned about politics,ette ix, about our world and what's in it. >> reporter: be this morning, troops across idaho are handing over a cut of their cookie sales to the state. >> to help get more girls involved in girl scouts. >> reporter: they slap a 22-cent tax on girl scouts, bringing in $150,000 tax revenue a year. the mother of one scout is a lobbyist, she encouraged them to go straight to the source. >> the girl scouts in idaho had been interested in trying to remove the tax. >> reporter: flooding the capital, turning on the charm for politicians and even splooig them with thin mints and notes. >> the issue is, how many exemptions do we get. we have been under a lot of pressure to reduce the exemptions. >> reporter: now the girl scouts will have to wait another year to challenge
. >> john: tonight our wtf america series once again looks at idaho where a group of american survivalists are planning to construct a medieval fortress-style community in northeast idaho called the kit dell because their choice for a name aryan estates is already taken. research kerodin. he's taller now. a convicted felon who spent two and a half years in federal prison for extortion and illegal firearm possession, you know, guy stuff. if you desire a safe and healthy community, this is totally the guy you want running for your co-op board. the citadel is call for quote operatorric americans to come live together this acore dense with ideals of liberty set forth by thomas jefferson. saying quote living in our citadel community is incompatible with their existing ideology and preferred lifestyles. that's right don't you dare bring that unamerican freedom of expression lifestyle into the citadel. wtf, idaho, i love you but you have a reputation as a haven for survivalist cults, and it's a sure bet they're all competitive with each other. so what could be worse for a beautiful state like you
's look at these senators. they come from kentucky, utah, texas, two from idaho. north carolina, two from kansas. when you see these senators out there, what does he do when he goes to a state like idaho. is he going to tell these senators, be afraid of me. >> well, maybe idaho is a bad example but i think a place like texas where there is a large democratic vote. it's not a blue state but it's getting bluer. north carolina, the president won in 2008. as an armed chair political strategist go to the districts go to the states are you're strongest to actually evoke political pressure at the grassroots voter level on these people who are obstructing what the country wants. >> michael: david sirota, he put on a tie so we're going to invite him back to come on later in the show to talk about margaret thatcher. stay there. when we come back in just a moment we're going to be going to arkansas and this terrible exxon oil spill. >> you get a picture of that? good ol' tar sands. er. >> we're very sorry this should not are happened and we apologize for it. we're going to be here until the cleanup
, which is the sophisticate, then? >> i can ask you that coming from a up to from idaho. >> both roger and i consider rupert idaho the shticks. >> lou: one thing we refer to idaho adds the cultural wasteland. >> you went to an ivy league school. >> lou: don't remind anybody. you have been around highly successful, amazing personalities. ray romers, his intellect and his wit. i have never seen anyone -- smartest man in business. he is my boss. but he is. he is extraordinary. >> he has done extraordinary things no question about that. fox news is his accomplis accomplishment. before that, cnbc. before that advisor to three presidents. >> what became msnbc. >> before that, he was a le jep dare boy, producer. hard to argue with the succes success. however else you look at him. he succeeded at everything he tried. >> lou: and the idea he has a wit referring to the fellow who runs nsnbc. i saw up with light this week. the wit is razor sharp and can encapsulate stories suck cinctly, referring to -- succinctly, referring to a man successful because he was in another man's wedding party. that i
thing. >> i don't think you hate t i think you love beating a dead horse. >> that's why i moved to idaho. >> that's terrible. >> that's not what they do. >> to answer your question, i'd have to go back and repeat myself. >> sure. >> i don't want to do that. >> no reason to. >> honestly, i hope i answered your question. >> let me ask you to move forward. you brought up the fbi did exactly what they were supposed to do, i completely agree with you. people kept saying that he slipped through the cracks. but did he? did the fbi and cia determined in 2011 that he had no connections to terror activities. is it not possible that he had no connection to terror activities in 2011? >> exactly right. we know for a fact they both started to self-radical eyes and it got ramped up on his trip. i don't know why it's difficult for people to understand. he twoent dagestan for seven months. it's got an enormous problem with extremism, jihadism. why? people are confused that he received training and things there. at that point the case was closed. no just cause for the fbi to surveil him. >> yeah. also in
, then? >> i can ask you that coming from a up to rom idaho. >> both roger and i consider rupert idaho the shticks. >> lou: one thing we refer to idaho adds the cultural wasteland. >> you went to an ivy league school. >> lou: don't remind anybody. you have been around highly successful, amazing personalities. ray romers, his intellect and his wit. i have never seen anyone -- smartest man in business. he is my boss. but he is. he is extraordinary. >> he has done extraordinary things no question about that. fox news is his accomplis accomplishment. before that, cnbc. before that advisor to three presidents. >> what became msnbc. >> before that, he was a le jep dare boy, producer. hard to argue with the succes success. however else you look at him. he succeeded at everything he tried. >> lou: and the idea he has a wit referring to the fellow who runs nsnbc. i saw up with light this week. the wit is razor sharp and can encapsulate stories suck cinctly, referring to -- succinctly, referring to a man successful because he was in another man's wedding party. that is convincing an damning you
idaho. >> both roger and i consider rupert idaho the shticks. >> lou: one thing we refer to idaho adds the cultural wasteland. >> you went to an ivy league school. >> lou: don't remind anybody. you have been around highly successful, amzing personalities. ray romers, his intellect and his wit. i have never seen anyone -- smartest man in business. he is my boss. but he is. he is extraordinary. >> he has done extraordinary things no question about that. fox news is his accomplis accomplishment. before that, cnbc. before that advisor to three presidents. >> what became msnbc. >> before that, he was a le jep dare boy, producer. hard to argue with the succes success. however else you look at him. he succeeded at everything he tried. >> lou: and the idea he has a wit referring to the fellow who runs nsnbc. i saw up with light this week. the wit is razor sharp and can encapsulate stories suck cinctly, referring to -- succinctly, referring to a man successful because he was in another man's wedding party. thatis convincing an damning you can be. >> yeah. you get one-liners from roger, sometime
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they will block a vote on any gun control legislation. including idaho senator, james rish. >> americans have the right to bare arms, just as stated in the constitution and to do it without government surveillance. >> the national rifle association has also sent out a special alert, asking members to contact their senators and urge them to oppose gun legislation. jillian soto wants to see a vote. >> i pray that, you know, nobody ever has to feel this feeling that my family is feeling. >> she plans to workday and night making phone calls and writing legislators to get gun restrictions passed. danielle nottingham, cbs news, washington. >> forced budget cuts have grounded the blue angels. that familiar roar will be absent during fleet week this year in san francisco. the navy must slash $4 billion. part of that is canceling the blue angels regular season. an estimated savings of more than $20 million. >> clearly fleet week is a huge event. we are confident even if they don't come, the event of fleet week will be still the outstanding event that it is. >> navy officials say that air shows
's good. we're just about done. in the west we had a weak system roll through areas. it is cold from idaho back down to the southern portions there of oregon and northern portions of nevada. it's going to be a chilly morning for you. we have a weak system that's coming on shore today with a warm front first and then the cold front. it is going to bring light rain to the pacific northwest and cloudy and cool conditions. so you have the cool air and now the rain moving on top of it. it's not going to feel like mid-april. high temperatures, you'll be lucky to get into the low 50s in seattle. portland, same for you. about a half inch to three quarters of an inch in the cascades but less than that in the valley areas. much of california chilly but you're actually looking okay today. that's your nationalagain. tucson, that's more like it, 82. >>> weekend forecast coming up. >> thank you, bill. >> not bad. >> not bad is good. we like that. >>> a bizarre twist in the texas college stabbing case. >>> plus, the sun produces the biggest solar flare of the year. we'll tell you what effect it had on ea
the rockies into idaho and wyoming. the cool air will push a little bit of that hot air out. mild in the coming days. much of california, still stuck in the clouds along the southern california coast. here's how we look temperatures this morning. notice the contrast. still very warm in vegas and also phoenix. like midsummer temperatures to start your day. look to your north. boise's at 37. there is cold air in the northern portions of the rockies. today's forecast, much cooler in boise than anywhere else. but still another very warm, if not hot, day from phoenix to tucson all the way into vegas. that's your national forecast. now here's a look at the weat b warm day for you. 82 and sunny. >>> doesn't look like many chances of rain, but it looks like hot temperatures will go away a little bit. >> it is always nice in the west. but it's especially nice right now. >> especially compared to the snow that's coming for denver. >> thank you, bill karins. >>> stocks on a tear as the government reports a rare surplus. >>> the public is one step closer to traveling through space. >>> and it
and spitting out those weeds. >> this is on a highway in idaho. and the person recording this video is -- >> woe, woe. >> they're on the phone with police because according to them that driver has been aggressively speeding down the freeway and hitting cars in the process. >> nice and slow. >> oh, another guy. >> he's on the shoulder. >> wow. >> just passed exit 13. >> okay. move over. he's right behind you. >> right behind you. >> just seconds before you hear the police siren. >> you see them drive into the shot. but they don't stop. they keep going. even after the other driver. >> dude, let's just -- >> i don't know. we're pulled over next to this, the air bag deployed. >> the car is a pregnant woman. fortunately, she was okay. and didn't suffer any major injuries. >> what's the deal with this guy? was he intoxicated? was he running from something? >> well this nut is 50-year-old glen mcnutt. they did catch up to him and they arrested him, took him to jail with felony d.u.i., aggravated battery and leaving the scene of a crash. >> i'm surprised he didn't get the assault with a dea
in riggin idaho on the salmon river. it's a 3-day event. here we see two competitors going through the area of the course that has the most extreme rapids. now, keep your eye on this boat that is trailing at this point. this first one comes whizzing by. you can see them moving. now, watch this dreamboat. as can you see, he was trying to pass in this sort of dangerous area two all these rapids, completely gets out of shape, goes to the left, runs into the rocks. as you saw, there are a lot of people watching this, which is why we have another angle of this crash. there are two people on each of tease boats. watch this one, a green boat crashes into the rocks. deep your eye on the people in there. the boat flipped. now, they're in the water. you see one guy's head pop up immediately, but apparently the other guy spent 45 seconds to reach the surface. >> yeah! [ cheers ] >> he said, it was the longest he's ever held his breath and if he was down there one more second, it would have been his last. >> oh, you're kidding. was he pinned inside his boat? >> he got crashed in his boat. he had helmet
pot is now legal in both colorado and washington and those two states are planning to turn idaho into a bong. la laugh even worse, -- [laughter] now, even worse, people are comparing this pot-tastrope. >> a majority of in favor of legalizing mayor juan why and same-sex marriage. >> it's a generational shift. the evolution of same-sex marriage and same thing with marijuana. >> stephen: i can't help who i am. i was born attracted to watching seven hours of planet earth while eating a sack of croutons. next thing you know stoners will demand the civil right to marry their mary jane. you may now smoke the bride. it's not like the war on drugs isn't working. look at the animated chart. the blue line shows rates of addiction since 1970 and the green line shows how much money we spent on the war on drugs. that might look like the war on drugs is a waste but if you are high it looks like a mountain with a stream running out of it. [cheers and applause] and now politics are cozying up to big spleef like prolegallization colorado congressman who said marijuana outperformed me by ten points
that coming from rupert, idaho. >> we both considered that the sticks. >> lou: well, that is one thing. they referred to idaho as the cultural waistland. i did get over it. >> but you went to an ivy league school. >> lou: don't remind anybody. you have been around highly successful, amazing personalities. rate roger's intellect and his wit. i have never seen that before. smartest man operating in the business. i say that because he is my boss. but he is extraordinary. >> he has doon extraordinary things. before that cnbc and then advisor to three presidents. >> what became msnbc. >> before that, he was a legendary boy producer. so it's pretty, hard to argue with the success. however else you want to look at ronaler. he is man who succeeded at everything he tried. >> lou: and the idea that he has this wit. referring to the fellow who runs msnbc. i saw one line and an "this week. his wit is razor sharp and it can encapsulate the bigger thoughts and stories succinctly. referring to that person as being successful because he was in another man's wedding party. that is about as convincing a
run. let's go to fly fishing retailers, joining us from boise, idaho. if this were to pass and there were an internet sales tax, what would it do for you? >> it would make it difficult for us to apartment. we do not have an accounting department or a call center and it would make it difficult for us to compete across the board and also make us accountable to 9600 different jurisdictions that want to impose their tax on us and possibly be audited by all of those jurisdictions. makes us very concerned. stuart: now, you get an exemption if you seles than a million dollars worth of stuff on-line, you're exempt under the terms of this bill. would you be exempt? >> no, we wouldn't be exempt and the funny thing about that exemption is, when this bill was first introduced in this form ten years ago, it was 5 million dollars. six months ago, it was $500,000 and now it's a million dollars. it's an arbitrary number with he no research behind it, it's just a number that they've grabbed right out of the dark. small business administration says a business under 30 million dollars is a sm
. >> the biggest prison in the state of idaho is also the toughest. the idaho correctional center, the i.c.c., was so violent that employees and inmates had a name for the place -- gladiator school. >> and that was because of the assaults. and that's why they called it gladiator school, because of that reason.
. [ applause ] and it seems a biology teacher in idaho is in trouble with parents for saying the word "vagina" to students during a a lecture about reproduction. i mean it's a biology class. [ light laughter ] i mean, what is he supposed to say? "when the egg is fertilized in her hoo-ha --" [ laughter ] i mean, what are you -- what are you supposed to say? [ cheers and applause ] okay. oh, boy. here you go. north korea now threatening the united states
and washington and idaho on a regular basis as we all in the west suffered through storms. so we have those activities in place and then of course we do just our normal emergency response activations on an on-going basis just to make sure everyone is trained and veilable and ready to go. in terms of the big 1 that we always talk about, we have an earthquake play book. the gas side and electric side has very specific actions to take, we have very trat strategic actions to take, we have a hard copy and hopefully we'll never need it but if a big earthquake comes, it can happen anywhere in the stais, there's earthquake faults all over this place, we're ready to go. >> mr. boland. >> we take a little different role on this seeing as we represent a multiple discipline of utilities, we are engaged in california national guard in their exercises. we handle the utility operations center which is wholly operated within the state's operation center. we do the exercises with calima to golden guarden all the way down to the specific exercises. we interface with each and every one of our utilities
and start your state paperwork. >> reporter: they are steps that don't exist in states like texas or idaho. shasta county is something of a gun-control guinea pig, a glimpse of the impact that new federal gun-control laws could have on gun-loving states nationwide. but the laws have done nothing to dampen a passion for firearms. >> we had about 2300 concealed carry licenses or permits in shasta county in 2006. right now we have about 43-, 4400. >> it's a 22 caliber. >> reporter: at the public firing range, an instructor eagerly gave me my first shooting lesson. >> perfect! >> reporter: gun sales are booming at old west, up more than 50% since december, with a raft of new state gun-control laws pending. it's a sign that gun culture can still thrive in the face of gun control, even as fears linger in this gun capital that firearm freedoms are being chipped away. in shasta county, christin ayers, kpix 5. >>> well, paul, we are about 40 minutes away from the weekend officially, saturday. >> yes! >> it's going to be a good one. >> it's going to be not too hot, not too cold, before we tip the sc
haven't had baker on for a long time because he moved to idaho. i forgot how great he smelled. you smell like the ind side of a fabrege egg. smell him. >> it's good. good. >> this is stunning. >> there is a party in my nose right now and bill is invited. >> bill just said there is a party in his nose and everybody is invited. there is a lot of room in there. >> actually. do you know what? there are people running around talking about screenplay autos there is a party in my nose and one man is invited and i'll meet him on 48th and 6th after the show. >> and you asked what gender queer means. it's both men and women, neither man or woman moving between two or more genders or third grernd or other gender. >> thank you. >> baker could you say the word "gender queer? >> gender queer. >> there is no problem with the terminology but why confuse the hell out of a person not equipped, a child? this is what happens. people make fun of people talking about the slippery slope but maybe they're right. >> i realize that was a slippery slope. >> i don't know if this is confirmed or not a parent of a st
on gerriwillis.com. 8 percent said yes, 92 percent said no. and here are some of your e-mails. corey from idaho, i worked for a small business with more than 50 employees to escape having to pay for their health care and are cutting everyone's hours to below 30. robyn from california says regarding your question, should sell funds be allowed in cockpits? as an air traffic controller i said definitely yes because if that grady of goes out pilots the way to talk to air traffic. have seen it happen many situations. some things are deeper than the public view. cell phones in the cockpit could save someone. interesting. judy from kansas, i enjoy your show. i watch it every day. keep up the good work. thank you. we love hearing from you. send me an e-mail. and you have to you this. real-estate experts and guest favorite, you have seen her. she has tough news for country music star taylor swift. it turns out she got a lousy deal on a new home. recently bought a massive 11,000 square foot mansion overlooking the ocean in rhode island. take a look at that. that is mighty pretty. should paid over 17 mill
of conservatism, suicide and gun ownership include wyoming, idaho, alabama and west virginia. >>> parents of the sandy hook shooting victims are in washington, d.c. to push more gun control laws. as kyla campbell reports, their visit comes as a watered down bipartisan gun control plan is discussed today. >> reporter: senate democrats are meeting today to go over the plan being drawn up by west virginia democratic senator joe mansion and pat toomey. those senators propose background checks to cover online gun seams and those at gun shows. but their plan would likely exclude sales between close relatives. president obama has not been able to get congress to move on stricter gun laws but he hopes the family members of sandy hook will make a difference. they are on capitol hill pleading with lawmakers to strengthen the gun laws? we will not walk away with the promises we've made. we are determined to do what must be done. in fact, i'm here to ask you to help me show we can get it done. >> reporter: but mitch mcconnell joins more than a dozen other senate republicans who vow to block any new g
. >> and to underscore. the people that worked at wheatland were paid. >> no. >> donna in idaho. go ahead, please. welcome. >> i have a small little story for you. >> ok. >> i taught first ladies for several years in an elder program here, and when i got to james buchanan, she said, i have something to show everybody. she showed everyone her ring. she said this belongs to my husband's family. this is the ring that james buchanan gave his fan say, this is the original ring. >> did she have any proof of that? >> no, only a great story. >> somehow it went all the way to idaho. >> before you close the show i hope you discuss her tragic family and losing her sons and the lovely legacy. >> yes, indeed, we plan to. >> we promise it will be an interesting one. a full two hours on the lincoln administration. so what were the post white house years like for harriet lane? >> well, she went back to wheatland with her uncle for about five years or so, and then she married johnson. they moved to baltimore where he was a banker, and he was quite prominent and well to do. and they had these two sons, and unfortu
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